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MSNBC’s Chris Matthews interviews Obama in Greenberg Theatre.
International Media professor Rick Rockwell shares experiences of his recent lecture tour to South America.
Students learned about “Design thinking” during the Discover Design Thinking Workshop hosted by the Social Enterprise program at SIS.
Frederick Barton, Assistant Secretary of State for Conflict and Stabilization Operations, told an SIS audience that the United States is entering a “golden era of American diplomacy.”
In the Middle East, water too often equals conflict. This past summer, when a team of Masters students from SIS arrived in Israel and the Palestinian West Bank for a capstone research practicum on water issues, they found ample evidence of this reality.
John Boyer, SPA/PhD ’89, will receive a prestigious award that honors leaders who demonstrate commitment to social change. Previous winners include President Bill Clinton, Vice President Al Gore, Bono, and Archbishop Desmond Tutu.
Assistant Professor Jessica Waters, who recently received the AU award for Outstanding Teaching in a Term Faculty Appointment, will assume her new role in January 2014.
The library and partners will host the Final Perk on December 11 at 7pm in the Mud Box. This semester’s Great Gatsby-inspired event will feature a 1920s costume contest with great prizes. As always, there will be coffee and cookies as well.
Alumnus Dave Lankford uses his product marketing skills to craft an online presence for television personality Dr. Oz.
Ed Stayzk has been honored by AU's Center for Teaching, Research, and Learning for assisting PhD students revise their course papers for presentation at conferences.
American University’s Center for Israel Studies marks its 15th anniversary.
DeFusco is part of the Dean’s senior leadership team and will lead the school’s communications and marketing efforts.
Inside the success story, from kitchen experiment to Coca Cola acquisition.
Michelle Engert teaches The Wire and American Society for the American Studies Program.
Marcy Campos teaches the course Latin American Community in Washington, D.C.
Kogod MBA candidates Laura Denton and Danielle Hart published third annual Women on Corporate Boards study results, making the case for three women per board to make a noticeable impact.
In a recent visit to American University, South Bronx educator Stephen Ritz shared his vision of education, nutrition, social mobility, and sustainability.
AU tops previous records with the highest percentage of interning students among national universities.
American University psychology professor examines gratitude and its potential mental health benefits.
100,000 Strong Foundation Conference promotes studying In China.